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Date:10/31/2014 2:16:40 AM
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We're so sorry for your loss
Ike and Flock here. Mom worries about finding Shaggy on the bottom of his cage. He's losing his feathers and is now in his own cage. The zebras were hard on him and Punkin is in with the male and he's a bully to most...of course now he's out of breeding mode for a while but still don't like him around me at all.
Life here in Ut is kinda nice when the sun is out. We're close to the window so we get some sun but I can hardly wait until summer when we get to go outside again. Mom will have to watch us good cause of the cats but that's ok. Right now though, it's cold. We've been down to -7!! Yep that and we got about 4" of snow still on the ground. It's been to cold to melt. And looks like we are in for more soon. We liked last winter much better. hehehe
Better go into my nest to sleep and keep warm. See ya later.
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